Government Security

  • Bryant & Associates

    Homeland Security Education & Consultation, Critical Infrastrucute Protection, Industry & Government

    Company • May 29th, 2008

  • World Institute for Security Enhancement

    Homeland Security Education & Consulting, Critical Infrastructure, Industry & Government Agencies

    Company • May 27th, 2008

  • DVRs: The Workhorse of the Hybrid Digital Video Surveillance

    SPECO’s DVRs are representative of the new breed of cost-effective digital video processing devices which are redefining video surveillance and security.

    Article • April 1st, 2008

  • Product Showcase: April 2008

    A & B Safe The newest addition to A & B Safe’s line of front load depository safes is the WS-6MF featuring the front drop to the lower compartment, allowing the user easy access to the manager compartment at the top of safe. This feature is also...

    Article • April 1st, 2008

  • Government Acquisitions Inc.

    Company • November 27th, 2007

  • The Relationship Between Building & Fire Codes

    The primary goal of fire codes is preventing fires, including concerns relating to the exterior portions of the building. The main purpose of the building codes is to protect public health, safety and general welfare as they relate to the construction and...

    Article • October 1st, 2007

  • New Padlock Choices from Pacific Lock

    The first laminated padlocks will have a four-pin tumbler lock mechanism using the Pacific Lock PW1 keyway. Future introductions will include a five-pin tumbler version with various restricted and non-restricted keyways.

    Article • July 1st, 2007

  • Using CyberLocks® to Save Time and Money

    CyberLock® electronic lock cylinders easily replace the lock cylinders found in mechanical locks. Once replaced, the lock is only accessible by a CyberKey. Both CyberLocks® and CyberKeys® record who, what, when, and where with every contact.

    Article • July 1st, 2007

  • Mechanical Locks for Educational Facilities

    The Classroom Function enables the instructors and staff to lock and unlock their classrooms to best safeguard the students and their property. Students cannot lock the classrooms but can always exit.

    Article • June 1st, 2007

  • An Overview of Mechanical Exit Devices

    In simple terms, an exit device is a lock with an inside release bar. Variations include standard, fire-rated, rim, vertical rod and mortise exit devices and a number of specialty exit bars.

    Article • May 1st, 2007

  • A Brief History of Sargent & Greenleaf on its 150th Anniversary

    In 1857, Hollywood was founded. In the same year, albeit with decidedly less fanfare, occurred an event that would arguably play a role in shaping the security hardware industry for decades to come. Financier Halbert Greenleaf began his long...

    Article • March 1st, 2007

  • The Next Generation King Cobra

    KC5000-2 Locks are designed for cylindrical and mortise door preps and can be used on any door where electronic access control is desired. They provide an easy upgrade from a mechanical pushbutton lock.

    Article • March 1st, 2007

  • Safes & Locks

    Product Spotlight

    Article • February 1st, 2007

  • Sargent Sectional Keying Enables Larger Key Systems

    Sectional and related keyways developed by SARGENT to meet large institutions demands.

    Article • December 1st, 2006

  • Job Description: Transit Authority Locksmith

    Transit authority locksmiths primarily establish and maintain master key systems while issuing keys and keeping related records.

    Article • October 1st, 2006